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Abstract

The strain DSM 22242 (=CCUG 57646=NR06) was taxonomically described in 2013 and named as Clavel 2013. In 2018, the name of the strain DSM 22242 was changed to (Clavel 2013) Nouioui 2018 due to taxonomic investigations of the closely related genera and within the phylum . However, the first whole draft genome of strain DSM 22242 was published by our group in 2019. Therefore, the genome was not available within the study of Nouioui (2018). The results of the polyphasic approach within this study, including phenotypic and biochemical analyses and genome-based taxonomic investigations [genome-wide average nucleotide identity (gANI), alignment fraction (AF), average amino acid identity (AAI), percentage of orthologous conserved proteins (POCP) and genome distance phylogeny (GBDP) tree], indicated that the proposed change of the name to was not correct. Therefore, it is proposed that the correct name of (Clavel 2013) Nouioui 2018 strain DSM 22242 is Clavel et al. 2013.

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